if the award cannot be made within the necessary time

The Turkish Courts also assist the arbitration if an obstacle occurs. The Turkish courts can be called upon to appoint an arbitrator if a party fails to appoint its arbitrator or if the two party appointed arbitrators fail to agree on the third. The courts may be asked to decide on the matter of whether an application for challenge should be made (unless the parties have already agreed on an arbitral institution to do so) to relieve the parties or the arbitrators of a stalemate they may be facing whilst making this decision. Similarly

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